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Hi, JACustomer. Thanks for your question.I'm so sorry to hear that your companion is not well. How can I best help you today? Are you wanting to know the best way to determine when it's time?
You're doing the right thing.A mobile vet is often the easiest for the family. Everyone of them has a different procedure but most often they will come to the home, talk with you about what has happened, place an IV catheter and give some medication to allow your companion to rest quietly while you love on him as a family. When you're ready, they will give a final injection that will stop the heart.After this point, you can choose to bury him at home or you can allow them to take the body for cremation. Routine cremation involves the pet being cremated at the facility and having the ashes scattered there. Private cremation means the ashes will be returned in a small vessel, similar to what they would do with a deceased human family member.If you need any more information or have other questions, just let me know. I'll be happy to help.Once you're satisfied with our dialogue, please take the time to use the star rating system at the top of the page to leave a rating for me. Until this is done, the website will not compensate me for helping you.